Treasury Market Conversation with Nasdaq TradeTalks

Treasury Market Conversation with Nasdaq TradeTalks

Volumes in the U.S. Treasury market are up in the first few months of 2019, and as Greenwich Associates data shows, so too is competition…

Technology Has Changed Wall Street, But Humans Are Still In Charge

Technology Has Changed Wall Street, But Humans Are Still In Charge

Technology has fundamentally changed the financial markets over the past two decades. By and large, these changes have been positive – lower trading costs for…

A Conversation With Virtu’s CEO, Doug Cifu

A Conversation With Virtu’s CEO, Doug Cifu

On February 7th I spoke with Virtu Financial’s CEO Doug Cifu.  The conversation touched on Virtu’s history, recent acquisitions, equity and fixed income market structure…

US Treasury Market Structure Is Definitely Changing

US Treasury Market Structure Is Definitely Changing

Greenwich Associates just published my recent work examining changes to how US Treasurys are traded.  After years of little change, some real disruption now seems…

Electronic Trading In Emerging Markets

Electronic Trading In Emerging Markets

I spent the latter part of the summer digging into the state of emerging markets fixed income.  The result was research that acts as both…

Regional Bond Dealers are Embracing Electronification

Regional Bond Dealers are Embracing Electronification

A discussion about how commercially available real-time trading technology—the type once only available to the largest institutions–is empowering regional dealers to compete with the global banks…

Adapting to changes in the bond market

Adapting to changes in the bond market

The bond market increasingly goes electronic. How are investors embracing this? Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure Research at Greenwich Associates, joins Jill Malandrino at…

A good user experience still matters to bond investors

A good user experience still matters to bond investors

Below is the press release from my most recent Greenwich Report on the corporate bond market.  As the title implies, the buy side is starting…

High Frequency Needs High Touch

High Frequency Needs High Touch

Originally posted on the Greenwich Blog There is a tremendous amount of irony in the path high-frequency trading – excuse me, principal trading firms have…

Electronification, Budgets and Innovation

Electronification, Budgets and Innovation

I always have a lot of fun talking to Jim Jockle at Numerix, whether it be about quant models, financial markets or triathlons.  Unfortunately they…